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Jazz harmony, as taught at the Berklee College of Music is based on the so called Chord Scale Theory. This method - further developed - is now available as a comprehensive textbook for the first time. Emerged from practice and designed for practical use, it provides theoretical knowledge necessary for improvisation, composing, and arranging. This comprehensive textbook is a must for beginners, intermediate or advanced students. It is quite logically constructed, very easy to comprehend, and the amount of necessary information contained in this pages is very impressive. It is also a helpful and organized tool that can aid any musician interested in understanding harmony as it relates to the complex subtleties of jazz improvisation. The high demands on today's professional musician requires a well-founded insight of the inner game of music. This method is reliable for analyzing different idioms of tonal music: jazz, pop, rock, and other contemporary styles, even the analysis of Western art music between 1650 and 1900 gains a new dimension. Enjoy the journey through the world of chord scales and jazz harmony
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